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Net Idol arrested for e-cigarette faces 5 years saying police treatment "over the top"

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

Everyone must know the law

Except the police.  I was in Kiss Kool last night and two young cops rolled up on a big bike in uniform.  They took money from the lady manager for her playing music from YouTube.  It is a regular monthly payment.

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Its the way juntas go starts all ok with a clear out then comes the quirks and the pecking away of freedom to stamp the authority with increasingly bizarre adjustments but in the internet age this is not working so good and lines in the sand get drawn with some prime examples one being riding in the back of a pick up.

Just keep calm and carry on COVERTLY vaping and hope for an election.  

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4 hours ago, guzzi850m2 said:

They lost the plot.

Hard drugs are not penalised that hard, oh hold on a minute, a good little earner for everyone sooo.

Not worry there are in many countries situations like this.

She just tapped in to the wrong sections and wrong chapters and wrong books of the law and this is beside that those celabs think the are above and beyond the law.

She know it and got caught. 

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It is my belief that this is a propaganda article designed to place fear in the E-cig community. They think the public is stupid enough to believe that an e-cig smokers will be put in jail for 5 years (bulls***) to be told something is not legal does not make it so. FAKE NEWS

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4 hours ago, thaifan01 said:

Here we go again, bring the popcorn  :partytime2:   I can't see the case here, really.

The socalled internet celeb broke the law and got caught. Then she refused to follow orders from the police, so she needed some help - no wrongdoing from RTP at all in my opinion.

The poor "celeb" was probably drugged up on meth as well, and that could explain her behaviour

I was with you until you libeled her by accusing her of being, "drugged up on meth."  I suggest her behavior may be that of a scared young lady realizing she was heading to jail for such an offense.

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3 hours ago, thaifan01 said:

Yup, they are illegal. And so is prostitution as well...  :shock1:

and so are the porn videos and pictures and sex toys being sold on those same sidewalks

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

It would be pointless to claim that you did not know the law as a defense. Everyone must know the law...

Going by this assumption, if the traffic police of Thailand were to do their jobs and apply this, there would be no more death on Thai roads as 3/4 of Thai drivers would have their drivers licenses suspended and/or be in jail already.

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over the top, I would have gotten wound up as well. Unfortunately though sometimes you arer best to the plod do their job and argue to point in court.

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The result of a broken government and disgusting law system. That was never reformed 

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Stupid behaviour by a stupid woman who thought she was above the law. Like it or not e cigs are illegal here. Most people know that. Police were well within their rights to drag here to a cell. In fact I thought they were quite restrained. In some countries much more force would have been used.

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8 minutes ago, ezflip said:

Going by this assumption, if the traffic police of Thailand were to do their jobs and apply this, there would be no more death on Thai roads as 3/4 of Thai drivers would have their drivers licenses suspended and/or be in jail already.

Lol there for sale right in front of TESCO ON NUT in big shop full of stuff. Pattaya police targeted hard Setup by some ugly Cops lol. Corruption 

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1 hour ago, Blackheart1916 said:

Well, there's this thing called "the internet", you see....

Oooh! Thanks, didn´t know that. You just must be the smartest person ever given a reply. :clap2:

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3 hours ago, Bob12345 said:

Bit jealous there?

 

Why should people be jailed for becoming famous on the internet?

You are getting famous here on TVF also, only for the wrong reasons. Time to hand yourself over to the police for some time in jail?

Because an idol usually has something called a talent. Showing body parts on your social media accounts, is not something I would call an idol. That´s just plain stupidity.
Myself, by the way, ain´t trying to be anybodys idol or famous at all. Why you are stating a comment about that, must just be poor self confidence and a self composed opinion.

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